Kit and Ellis Pirate Stories

Kit and Ellis Pirate Stories

Discover a thrilling pirate story by solving a matching puzzle! Uncover a pirate story, the fates of the captain Kit and the waitress Ellis, by matching pieces!
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Kit and Ellis Pirate Stories
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